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To make the upcoming weekend even more enjoyable, we are glad to announce availability of Debugging with PhpStorm extended tutorials series which now covers all possible PHP debugging scenarios. In addition to our most-read zero-configuration web application debugging with Xdebug and PhpStorm, we’ve … Continue reading
Many of PhpStorm users like to debug their PHP web applications and local command line scripts using our zero-configuration debugging approach due to its simplicity and comfort. This time we would like to announce that since PhpStorm 4.0 you can … Continue reading
We continue developing integration with tools essential for each developer who cares about the quality of his code. This time we want to introduce you Code Coverage for PHPUnit.
Hello guys, Sometime ago we announced integration with Xdebug profiler in PhpStorm 3.0. This time we want to introduce you integration with another popular CPU profiling extension for PHP – Zend Debugger.
Hello everybody, Recently, we have been often asked to provide a detailed guide in debugging command line scripts. And finally here you are!
Hello guys, Let’s talk about some new debug features available in PhpStorm 2.1.
Introduction In the previous post Zero-configuration debugging with XDebug and PhpStorm 2.0, we discussed setting up debugging automatically. This works perfectly in most cases. However, sometimes you may still need to configure debugging manually. In this article we will explain … Continue reading